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The Snell Law Firm Wins Jury Trial in a Travis County Business Dispute
The Snell Law Firm is proud to announce that, on Wednesday, October 25, after a three-day jury trial in Travis County, the firm obtained a jury verdict in favor of its client, Myramid Analytical, Inc. The jury’s verdict awarded Myramid both economic damages and its attorney fees. Myramid is a full-service environmental testing and consulting […]
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The Snell Law Firm Celebrates 10 Years
The Snell Law Firm, P.L.L.C. is proud to announce that this year marks our firm’s tenth anniversary in business. The firm would like to thank all of our friends, colleagues, and employees for their continued support. We would especially like to extend our sincerest gratitude to our clients for entrusting us with their business. We truly […]
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Senior Counsel J.R. Skrabanek Quoted in Reader’s Digest
Senior Counsel J.R. Skrabanek was recently featured in the October 2017 Reader’s Digest article, “How to Tell If You Were Fired from Your Job Illegally.” Rd.com publishes general interest pieces for a diverse audience of readers. Potential claims arising from wrongful or illegal termination can be some of the most difficult to prove. In the article, […]
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Senior Counsel J.R. Skrabanek Quoted in Huffington Post
Senior Counsel J.R. Skrabanek was recently featured in the August 2017 Huffington Post article, “For Consumer Problem, Sometimes The Best Advocate Has A Law Degree.” HuffingtonPost.com focuses on engaging its community of readers in discussions about current events and trending news stories. A common question our potential clients ask us is, “Am I at the […]
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Austin Court of Appeals Affirms Judgment Obtained by The Snell Law Firm
On April 27, 2017, the Third District Court of Appeals upheld a final judgment obtained by The Snell Law Firm in a property easement dispute. Our clients have found relief after a two year battle with their neighbors. The clients’ homestead relies on a well that offers them their only source of potable water, but […]
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Senior Counsel J.R. Skrabanek Quoted in Notsitting.com Article
J.R. Skrabanek, of the Snell Law Firm, was recently featured in the April 18, 2017 notsitting.com article, “The Law of Standing Desks.” NotSitting.com focuses exclusively on adjustable and standing desks that have proven to increase work productivity and improve your health. Many of us at the Snell Law Firm have transitioned to adjustable sit-stand desks […]
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Snell Law Firm Files Wrongful Termination Suit Against Lake Hills Montessori on behalf of Whistleblower
On April 19, 2017, The Snell Law Firm filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Sharla Monroe, a former Lake Hills Montessori employee who was terminated in retaliation for reporting a case of child abuse to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TXDFPS). The lawsuit is against Lake Hills Montessori and Sandra Karnstadt, […]
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Senior Counsel J.R. Skrabanek Quoted in Entrepreneur.com Article
J.R. Skrabanek, Senior Counsel at the Snell Law Firm, was quoted in the April 6, 2017 Entrepreneur.com article, “3 Easy Ways to Royally Muck Up Your Freelance Contracts.” Entrepreneur is a North American magazine and website that carries news stories about entrepreneurship, small business management, and business. Have you been on the losing side of […]
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J.R. Skrabanek Volunteers at Women’s Resource Fair 2017
On Saturday, April 8, Senior Counsel J.R. Skrabanek volunteered at the Travis County Women’s Resource Fair. J.R. provided advice and counsel to a number of economically distressed women having trouble finding legal representation in Central Texas. Organized by the Austin Young Lawyers Association (AYLA), the Women’s Resource Fair is a comprehensive all day program that […]
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Jason Snell Testifies Before Texas House of Representatives
On Monday, March 27, Jason Snell testified before the Texas House of Representatives Business and Industry Committee, in opposition to House Bill 1821. This legislation would amend the Texas Property Code to allow landlords to increase rent late fees to 8 percent of rent and 2 percent per day thereafter. If passed, HB 1821 would […]
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